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In contrast to the simplified, unvarying, and rigidly controlled conditions that characterize laboratory studies of human responses to cold, normal work in cold regions is characterized by a complex and unstable thermal environment, intermittent cold exposure and exercise, and the freedom to adjust clothing and activity for comfort. These "ergonomic" aspects profoundly modify the impact of a cold environment on people's health, comfort, and performance. A review of recent field studies in thepmid:2692137 fatcat:pe5i4eltd5bdzdbhru4akdx7jy